Welcome to Anxiety Depression Treatment
Anxiety and depression often occur together and, until the last part of the nineteenth century, anxiety disorders were not classified separately.
When we are physically ill few of us hesitate to seek treatment but the case is very different if we become mentally ill. Most people find it very hard to accept that they have a mental health problem.
However, disorders such as depression, anxiety and phobias are commonplace and in most cases readily treatable. It is important not to suffer alone and to seek medical help if you are suffering from a depressive illness.
Anxiety is a normal reaction to fear. It is abnormal when its severity is out of proportion to the threat of fear or when it outlasts the threat.
Depression is a your normal reaction for any loss or is a cause of misfortune. It is abnormal when it is out of proportion to the misfortune or unduly prolonged.
Mild depression disorders are sometimes difficult to distinguish from anxiety disorders. Accurate diagnosis depends on assessment of the relative severity of anxiety and depression and on the order in which they appeared.
Anxiety and Depression Treatment
Our treatment center is concerned with the use of drugs and other physical treatments such as electroconvulsive therapy and psychosurgical procedures.
It also deals with various kinds of counseling, psychotherapy, behavioral and cognitive therapies, and certain related techniques.
What is an Anxiety Attack, Panic Attack & Panic Disorder?
Panic attacks are different from other anxiety and fear disorders due to the fact that panic attacks are often unprovoked, sometimes baseless, sudden and out-of-the blue.
Panic attacks are a disorder that afflicts close to 3 million American people today. Although panic attack episodes may or may not be chronic one thing is certain, they can attack anyone at anytime, whether you are at work, or at the mall, while eating, and even when you are not doing anything at all.
What is depression?
Depression is a disorder of mood which remains nearly incomprehensible to those who have not experienced it in its extreme mode, although "the blues" give many individuals a hint of the illness in its catastrophic form.
For the patient with anxiety and depression
Disclaimer: This site is for educational purposes only. The information provided should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. If you have, or suspect you have a health problem, you should consult your health care provider.